Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat

Jason Pomeroy
Jason Pomeroy

CTBUH Journal, Editorial Board (2008-present)
Committee, Competitions (2014)
International Research Seed Funding, Peer Review Panel (2014)


Pomeroy Studio

Prof. Jason Pomeroy is an award-winning architect, masterplanner and academic at the forefront of the sustainable built environment agenda. He graduated with Bachelor and post-graduate degrees with distinction from the Canterbury School of Architecture and earned his Masters degree from Cambridge University. He is the founding Principal of Pomeroy Studio.

Prior to founding Pomeroy Studio, Jason worked in Brussels, Amsterdam, London, Bahrain and Kuala Lumpur. His architectural, real estate and construction experience has borne influence in international construction, development and design firms that have included YRM, Kajima and Broadway Malyan. In 2008, he relocated to Asia to successfully establish Broadway Malyan’s Singapore office.

As an Asia Board Director, Jason’s award-winning projects transcended scale and discipline and included the Idea House: the first carbon zero prototype house in South East Asia, Trump Tower Manila: the tallest residential tower in the Philippines, and Vision Valley Malaysia: an 80,000 acre Network Garden City extension of Kuala Lumpur.

His leadership in Pomeroy Studio is to provide the vision and creative direction in both design and research, and is personally involved in the authorship of the design and research projects of the studio. He is committed and passionate about all aspects of green design, and in particular zero energy development, greening the urban habitat, and vertical urban theory – 3 fields of research that underpin the design works of the studio.

In addition to leading Pomeroy Studio, he is the author of ‘Skycourt and Skygarden: Greening the Urban Habitat’ and ‘Idea House: Future Tropical Living Today’ and is a special professor at the University of Nottingham. He sits on the editorial board of the Council of Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat and is an active member of the Singapore Green Building Council. Jason is also the host of “City Time Traveller, a 12-part architecture travel series on Channel NewsAsia and a featured speaker at TEDx Singapore.